And this is what it looked like yesterday morning before sun-up at the Sand Pumping Jetty on the Gold Coast Spit. What a wonderful beach. Queensland, Australia.
A little man in a little boat, a picture I snapped late afternoon on a dull and dreary day on the fabulous Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia. A most unusual day for the Gold Coast.
Being surrounded by hungry and noisey gulls is enough to ruffle anyone’s feathers. But this lone Osprey stood its ground on the Sand Pumping Jetty and completely ignored the bastards. But I didn’t, I snapped a picture. Gold Coast, Australia.
Snapped these wonderful mangroves patterns in the early morning light at the Southport Wetlands on the Gold Coast, Australia.
I love reflections. I’ll snap them if I see them. But it’s hard to find a decent one. Anyway, I snapped this one at the Gold Coast Broadwater this morning at first light. Queensland, Australia.
Snapped this squat looking bird early yesterday morning on the Gold Coast Broadwater intent on catching a feed for breakfast. I wouldn’t have a clue what brand it is, but it was certainly concentrating on something. A few second later it flew away. Maybe it was concerned about me. Queensland, Australia.
Here is a picture I snapped on a sunny afternoon at main Beach on the fabulous Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia. It’s hip to be square.
Early this morning, when I peered over the balcony where I live at Main Beach on Australia’s Gold Coast, I snapped this wonderful sunrise. A few minutes later it was gone. Such is light.
Snapping pictures in the Canadian Rockies of the castle-like Fairmount Banff Springs Hotel in Banff National Park. Wonderful.
My dear daughter, Elouise, boiled the jug yesterday morning in Brisbane and made me a cup of tea. That’s wonderful, so I snapped a picture. Nope, it’s not dirty water, it’s the lighting from the back window that caused the effect. Queensland, Australia.